Apple Watch 2 Will Not Feature A Round Display

Posted: Jul 3 2015, 11:37am CDT | by , in Apple


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Apple Watch 2 will not feature a Round Display

Apple Watch 2 will feature a bigger battery

Most of the people are already tired of their “old” Apple watches and are impatiently waiting for the new release. This can be the reason due to which different rumors have started springing of the upcoming Apple watch.

As suggested by the South Korean reports, which surfaced on Thursday morning, the Apple’s new watch will not undergo any physical changes; it means that its appearance will be similar to the Apple’s earlier releases. The report highlighted that instead of focusing on the display company is working on the internal components to fit a larger battery to give this new watch a very long battery life.

As far as the manufacturing aspects, it is believed that Apple is looking towards South Korea's Samsung and LG to supply more slender OLED displays for the second generation Watch. This most recent gossip is said to start from individuals inside those organizations. The rumors likewise recommended that the new Watch will enhance outside visibility, managing with complains regarding the previous gadget, especially for sapphire models.

The thought around this concept is that if the Apple Watch's showcase is more slender and consumes up less room, that additional room can be committed to a bigger capacity battery. However, there is no official announcement as to when the watch will release but according to some rumors it will be launched in Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and Taiwan on June 26, and will come to The Netherlands, Sweden, and Thailand on July 17.

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